Skip to main content

Full text of "Studies in Sulawesi Linguistics, Part IV"

See other formats


The Duri language belongs to the Massenrempulu subfamily, Northern South Sulawesi 
family. This subfamily consists of three languages: Duri, Enrekang-Pattinjo and Maiwa 
(Valkama 1987:128). Mills (1975:109ff) describes Massenrempulu as transitional between 
Toraja-Saqdan and Bugis. 

Duri is located in the three northernmost subdistricts of the Enrekang district (i.e. Alia, 
Anggeraja and Baraka). The language is spoken by about 90,000 people and seems to be 
uniform, without great dialect differences (Valkama 1990:75). 



NUSA 

Linguistic Studies of Indonesia 
and Other Languages in Indonesia 

VOLUME 37 



1995 



EDITORS: 

Amran Halim, Palembang 

Bambang Kaswanti Purwo, Jakarta (Secretary) 

Soenjono Dardjowidjojo, Jakarta 

Soepomo Poedjosoedarmo, Yogyakarta 

John W.M. Verhaar, The Hague, The Netherlands 



ADDRESS: 



NUSA 

Lembaga Bahasa 

Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya 

Jalan Jenderal Sudirman 5 1 

Kotakpos 2.639/Jkt 

Jakarta 1000 1, Indonesia 

Fax (021) 584-352 



All rights reserved 

(See also information page iv) 

ISSN 0126 - 2874 



STUDIES IN 

SULAWESI LINGUISTICS 

PART IV 



Edited by 
RENE VAN DEN BERG 



1995 

Badan Penyelenggara Seri NUSA 

Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya 

Jakarta